Open the Settings App
The first step is to open the Settings app on your Android device.
You can find the Settings app in the app drawer or home screen of your device.
Go to the Apps/Application Manager
Next, go to the “Apps” or “Application Manager” section in Settings.
This section shows all the apps installed on your device.
Find and Select the Company Portal App
Scroll through the list of apps and look for the “Company Portal” app.
When you find it, tap on the app to open its details screen.
Tap on the Uninstall Button
You will see an “Uninstall” button on the Company Portal app’s details screen.
Tap on this “Uninstall” button to start the uninstallation process.
Confirm the Uninstallation
A pop-up will appear asking you to confirm that you want to uninstall the Company Portal app.
Tap on the “OK” or “Uninstall” button in this pop-up to confirm.
Check That the App Is Uninstalled
After uninstalling the Company Portal app, go back to the Apps/Application Manager screen in Settings.
Verify that the Company Portal app no longer appears in the list of installed apps.
This confirms that you have successfully uninstalled it.
That’s it! These simple steps should help you uninstall the Company Portal app from your Android device.
You will need to contact your organization’s IT department if you are required to reinstall the app in the future.
What happens when I uninstall the Company Portal?
Uninstalling the Company Portal removes the app and prevents your organization from managing or monitoring your device.
However, it may also restrict access to corporate resources like email, apps, and files.
Can I reinstall the Company Portal later?
Yes, you can contact your organization’s IT department to have Company Portal reinstalled if needed.
However, you will have to go through the enrollment process again to give your organization access.
Will I lose any data if I uninstall the Company Portal?
No, uninstalling Company Portal will not delete or remove any of your personal data or files.
However, you may lose access to any corporate data, emails, or apps that require Company Portal.